Shah rules out Prez rule in Bengal, calls for political fight

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on May 7, 2022
Union home minister Amit Shah ruled out at a Bengal BJP meeting on Friday the possibility of President’s Rule in the state as it would be improper to dismiss an elected government backed by a huge mandate. He asked the party’s Bengal unit not to get disheartened, but fight it out politically instead.

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Amit Shah

Minister of Home Affairs (India)
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West Bengal

State in Eastern India
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President's rule

Indian law of suspension of state government

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